Kyle Ott is a Data Analyst with the National Network for Safe Communities. He is responsible for conducting analysis and generating regular data reports—both for the National Network’s partner jurisdictions and for use by the strategic operations and policy team—to illuminate crime trends and support innovations to core strategies. He will also develop data management and analysis protocols that support the ongoing implementation of the National Network’s crime reduction strategies in partner sites.
Prior to joining the National Network, Kyle worked as a Research Assistant with the Hertie School of Governance and the German Institute for Economic Research, both in Berlin, Germany. His work included generating data visualizations to present simple stories, analysis of field experiments and longitudinal data sets, and building and testing new models. Kyle has also worked as an Associate in Research at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy where he focused on education and immigration policy.
Kyle holds a BA/BS in History and Economics from Duke University and an MPP with a concentration in Social Policy Analysis from the Hertie School of Governance.